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Edited by Tim Shackleton
Small Suppliers Forum
Portsdown Models jig for filing code 75 switchrails in 4mm finescale OO, EM and P4/S4, Connoisseur Models LNER 8T refrigerated van kit in 7mm, N Brass Locomotives AWS ramps in 4mm, speed restriction signs in 2mm and 4mm, and lineside relay cabinet frets in 2mm, Comet Models GWR dia D120 coach kits in 4mm, Laurie Griffin loco lamps in 7mm, MJT Scale Components business for sale
Day Return to Southwell Central
The term 'atmospheric railway' could well have been coined for this celebrated 3mm portrait of a workaday East Midlands station, surrounded by maltings and rambling goods yards. John Sutton describes the latest developments.
Tom Mallard adds another thoroughbred from the High Level stable to his string - and comes up with a minute and charismatic engine of enormous charm.
[Photos: Black Lion Crossing signal box]
Photos of Geoff Kent's scratchbuilt signal box in 4mm which won the MRJ Chalice at Scaleforum 2003.
Festiniog Buffet and Observation Cars
Guided by Adrian Gray's historical details, Richard Cook describes his experiences with a pair of 4mm narrow-gauge coach kits.
Remembering the Roadrailer
The prototype may have been a nine-day wonder but the Scalecraft/Peco kit was a fine model that's now a prized collector's item. Steve Knight and Tim Shackleton tell the story behind a long-forgotten experiment.
NG Sand & Gravel
Roy C Link proves that just becase you model using kits, you could still be building from scratch.
Stefan Lewis's working model of Maindee East depot in 4mm/P4